What’s New?

As locals know, we’ve been busy this summer here at The King.

There’s a whole new snowmaking system, new lighting, and a new terrain park scheduled to open in December. Keep reading for more details on the work still in progress and check back for updates.


  • Increased snowmaking capacity by 500%
  • 21 new fixed-mount remote controlled guns
  • More than double our uphill water capacity
  • Snowmaking all the way to the Summit

Terrain Park

  • Open early December
  • New higher jumps
  • Multiple rail features
  • Designed by JP Martin

Tree Skiing

  • Glading Project cleared dead standing and downed wood from 9 out of 209 wooded acres – new tree skiing
  • Kids’ Trails through some formerly very tight woods


  • Energy-efficient reducing energy use by 40%.
  • Better quality night skiing
  • Less impact on the night sky


  • Safety bars on Cougar lift

Mountain Sports School

  • Better student tracking with a check-in/check-out corral, and greeters and aids
  • Revamped Rafferty Racers Program, a great way for kids to try racing
  • Online registration
Night Skiing

Night Skiing

 Skiers, riders and tubers will see a brighter side of the Town Hill this year.

For the 2014/2015 season, Snow King has installed new energy-efficient lighting that not only uses 40% less energy than our previous system, it gives a better quality skiing experience, and reduces the light pollution impact on the night sky.

The project is made possible by a grant from the Jackson Hole Energy Conservation Works, and is part of the “Building our Base” capital campaign – a partnership between Snow King and the Jackson Hole Ski and Snowboard Club.

Snow King Night Skiing is projected to open on December 20, 2014 in time for the holidays. Special 2-hour lift tickets will be available . King Tubes is projected to open on December 20, 2014.

Check back soon for updated hours and ticket prices.


Snow King early season pass sale ends October 15

2014/15 Snow King Season Pass is now on SALE through October 15th, 2014 at $249 adults 13+ and $179 for ages 6-12.

Prices jump on October 15th, so now is the best time to score your Season Pass and slay the ski hill’s early opening on the man-made. (Who knows, it could dump buckets of the white stuff and be snorkel-deep on opening day!?!)

Where can you buy the Pass? Visit the Ticket window at the base of the Summit Chairlift
100 East Snow King Ave.
Jackson, Wyoming 83001

or click here to purchase online >

2014-2015 Season Pass


Teton County/Jackson Parks and Recreation Department announces that the 2014 Snow King Hill Climb Race scheduled for Saturday, August 23rd has been cancelled due to
on-going construction on Snow King Mountain and current closures on the mountain.

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Race refunds will be given out to those that had pre-registered. 2014 Snow King Hill Climb Race t-shirts that were purchased for the event are available for purchase at the Teton County/Jackson Recreation Center at the rate of $15


Jackson Hole Mountain Games Signup Party

Do you  have plans this Thursday night?
Please join us at Q Roadhouse & Brewing Company to kick of registration for the Jackson Hole Mountain Games.
What: Jackson Hole Mountain Games Registration Party
When: Thursday, June 12, from 6-8 PM
Where: Q Roadhouse & Brewing Company
2550 Moose Wilson Road – Wilson, WY
Why: We’ll give a free beer to anyone who registers at the party
Please stop by to grab a beer, and share the invite with your clients, friends and family! Thank you again for your continued support of the Jackson Hole Mountain Games, June 20-22, 2014.


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Climb the King Kick-off

Climb the King is a summer-long fundraiser for the Jackson Hole Community Counseling Center. The event runs from Memorial Day through Labor Day.

Participants hike, bike or run to the top of Snow King and collect pledges for each summit. The event’s purpose is twofold: Raise funds to help us pay for our facility and raise awareness of the importance of mental health and wellness.

Saturday, May 31st
8:00 am – 10:00 am

For more information visit: